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Find the point that is equidistant from (0,0) , (2,3) , and (3,-2)......

I have plotted the points and have drawn a circle, putting all points on the outside......showing the equidistance.

I plan on guesstimating a point int he middle, labeling it (X1,Y1)........then, I will plug each of the points above into the distance formula seperately with the "X1/Y1" creating 3 equations.

Then, I'll use substitution and such to find x and y.......does this seem like a logical plan?

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# Find point of Equidistance

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